Firm Welcomes Four Professionals
Moran Reeves Conn has expanded its national, regional and local practices with the addition of four legal professionals.
Deborah Kelley Fourness has joined the firm as senior counsel. Fourness practices in real estate development, construction, commercial transactions, merger/acquisitions and corporate services, and financing. She represents regional developers and builders, lenders, and investors in acquisitions and development of property, historic rehabilitation projects, leasing, and contracts for the purchase and sale of both real and personal property. Fourness also represents banks, financial institutions and borrowers in lending transactions, workouts and restructures. Fourness received her J.D. from Wake Forest University School of Law.
Matthias Kaseorg has joined the firm as an associate. Kaseorg practices in civil trial and appellate litigation, with a focus on asbestos defense litigation and medical malpractice defense litigation. He also counsels clients in real estate contract litigation. Kaseorg graduated magna cum laude and Order of the Coif from Washington and Lee University School of Law.
Alan Lacy has joined Moran Reeves & Conn PC as a litigation paralegal. His experience includes products liability and construction matters in both state and federal courts. Lacy manages the firm’s document review databases. He earned his B.S. from Virginia Tech in 1993.
Ariel Pettis is a paralegal with the firm’s asbestos defense group. Her experience includes workers’ compensation litigation, personal injury litigation, criminal law, and post-closing residential real estate matters. Pettis holds ABA-approved Paralegal Associate degrees from J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College in both Litigation and General Practice. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Virginia Commonwealth University.